Future dreams

24. June 2014





 I’ve finally got summer vacation and I feel light and refreshed. The gray tones of my normal everyday life is slowly being replaced by fresh and saturated colors. A week from now, I’m travelling to France with m and his family, and I can’t contain myself; new places to explorer and new experiences to collect. I’ve got so many dreams and hopes for the future, that it at times is very hard for me to live and appreciate the moment. I really want to move away from home to a place that I can call my own, a small apartment not too far from the city, and I want a best friend and a companion – a dog. I want to live a life stuffed with experiences and happy days. I want to travel; take my dog with me on a hiking trips and disappear into the world of foreign countries and woodlands. The world is my oyster and I will seek my fortune in it. 







 Jeg har endelig fået sommerferie og jeg føler mig let på tå og fornyet. De grå toner fra mit normale hverdags liv bliver langsomt erstattet med friske og fyldige farver. Om en uge rejser jeg til Frankrig med m og hans familie, jeg kan ikke vente; nye steder at udforske og oplevelser at samle. Jeg har så mange håb og drømme for fremtiden, at det til tider kan være svært for mig, at værdsette nu’et. Jeg vil virkelig gerne flytte hjemmefra til et sted, som jeg kan kalde mit eget, en lille lejlighed ikke  langt væk fra byen, og jeg vil have en ny bedste ven og ledsager – en hund. Jeg vil leve et liv fyldt med oplevelser og glade dage. Jeg vil rejse; tage min hund med mig på vandrer turer og forsvinde ind i en verden af fremmede lande og skove. Verden er min østers og jeg vil søge min lykke i den.





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  • Reply nick Tuesday June 24th, 2014 at 02:10 PM

    i like the way you take photos!


    • Reply Nivikka Tuesday June 24th, 2014 at 05:41 PM

      Thank you! 🙂

  • Reply Samantha Thursday June 26th, 2014 at 06:50 AM

    There is so much that I want to. Dreams that I know are not too far away but that is what makes it so hard; it is right at my fingertips but I cannot yet grasp it. But I’m spending far too much time trying to get something that will eventually get here and not enough time living in the now. I am unsure if I will ever learn that lesson entirely.

    • Reply Nivikka Thursday June 26th, 2014 at 07:29 PM

      No, exactly! And there’s so much time spent by thinking about the future, that you don’t even notice that the future is lost in ‘the now’ by thinking about it – cause the future somehow is ‘the now’ (Wow, I’m not even sure I understood that myself) but I really hope to someday learn the discipline of living in the moment.

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